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Humble Mobile Bundle 5: The Best in Android Gaming

by Han Cilliers (Lola)  Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2014 7:18:00 AM


Humble Mobile Bundle 5 features two of the best Android games to date, The Room Two and The Cave. It also includes retro shooter, R-Type II, the perplexing produce puzzler, Bag It!, the monumental role-playing game (RPG), Aralon: Sword and Shadow and the tile-based board game, Carcassonne.

The Bundle is worth $30, but you can name your own price and divide it to support Child's Play and/or the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Don't forget to tip Humble Bundle as well. The games are all compatible with various Android devices, but make sure to check the game specific requirements here.

Head on over to the Humble Bundle 5 and name your price!

The Room Two

"The Room is seen as one of the best mobile games ever created, winning a British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) award, showing the world just how great mobile gaming can be. Fireproof Studios has done it again with The Room Two, delivering a sequel that improves on the original while maintaining the atmosphere and difficulty of the first game. The Room Two delivers a puzzle solving horror mobile game that is a brilliant and worthy successor to The Room.

And it succeeds in something only rarely achieved in a mobile game.

Scary as hell."

The GameZone Review: "The Room Two – An Atmospheric Masterpiece"

The Cave

Descend into the mysterious depths of The Cave in this adventure game from Monkey Island creator Ron Gilbert and Double Fine Productions. Assemble a team of unlikely adventurers – each with their own unique personalities and stories– and descend into the heart of a sprawling, sentient cave in order to find that which is most important to each of them. The Cave has had millennia to spruce up the place so prepare to dive deep and solve the puzzles hidden within exotic locations including a subterranean amusement park, medieval castle, and fully armed nuclear research facility.

The Cave is waiting.

R-Type II

R-Type II is a classic, old-school, retro arcade game. A horizontal scrolling shooter arcade game developed and published by Irem in 1989. This classic old-school game is the sequel to R-Type and the story takes place two years after. The player controls a ship called the R-9C which is an improved version of its predecessor, the R-9.The Bydo Empire is back! Take it down with power-ups, two new types of weapons, the Search Laser and Shotgun Laser, and a new anti-ground unit bomb.

Bag It!

Millions of players worldwide have already discovered the fun, challenging, family-friendly, grocery bagging puzzle game Bag It!. Heavy, sturdy items on the bottom, light and fragile items on the top – seems simple, right? Think again, Bag It! will open your eyes to a whole new world inside your shopping bag...

Aralon: Sword and Shadow

That which is done cannot be undone, but it can be avenged.

From the Creators of the award winning Ravensword: The Fallen King, The Elder Scrolls Artist Mark Jones, and Developer Galoobeth Games, comes Aralon: Sword and Shadow, an Epic 3d Role-Playing Adventure. A 3d RPG inspired by that classic vein that focuses on a compelling story, a unique hero, and an open 3D world ready for exploration. Journey through the Kingdom of Aralon and unravel its mysteries.


Just a few years after its release, Carcassonne became a modern classic and a must-play.

Turn by turn, the players create a landscape by placing tiles with roads, cities, fields, and cloisters. The players deploy their followers - knights, monks, thieves, or farmers - to earn points. The player with the most points after the final scoring wins the game. The ever-changing landscape makes each game a new experience. With the official expansion "The River II" and 12 challenges, it never gets old. You can play against clever AI opponents or with up to 4 other players in a local multiplayer match.

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